The thread about bike insurance has me wondering if anyone has experience with roadside assistance plans for bikes. Roadside assistance plans for cars are pretty common; in the US, the most common company is AAA (formerly the "American Automobile Association", but now they just use the letters as their name). If you get a flat, they'll send someone out to help you change your tire; if you leave your lights on, they'll jump-start your car, etc. You pay a fixed amount per year, whether you use them or not.
I've used a similar plan, "Motorcycle Towing Services", when I did frequent motorcycle tours. Came in handy, too -- I have stark memories of getting a tow from the side of Interstate 80 near Dubois, PA one afternoon when the engine wouldn't start and the sky was turning green...
But these days I'm likelier to spend a week riding my bicycle than I am to be on a motorcycle. I've heard of "Better World Club" -- they do roadside assistance for bicycles (including "towing"), cars, and motorcycles. As a woman who sometimes travels alone far from home, having a number I could call for a lift could be pretty reassuring.
Does anyone have experience with these guys? Or are there other companies that provide similar support that you could recommend?